Subway Introduces Pizza at Pittsburgh-area Restaurants

Customers Now Have More Tasty Choices

PITTSBURGH, Feb. 20 /PRNewswire/ — Subway(R), the nation’s leading sandwich chain, is expanding its fresh menu to include one of America’s favorite foods — pizza.

“We are excited to offer Subway pizzas to the local market, to give our customers more great-tasting options,” said Rich Kaminsky, franchise owner. “Subway customers come to our restaurants for delicious sandwiches they love that are made to order, and we are bringing that same great quality and choice to our fast and fresh pizza.”

Subway’s pizzas bring new tastes and more options to the restaurant people already love. Customers create personal-sized, customized pizzas from a variety of toppings, including veggies, pepperoni, sausage and extra cheese. After the fresh ingredients are added, the pizzas are baked in Subway’s custom-made speed ovens.

“Through our menu options, you can easily feed a family of four a tasty and nutritious meal at an affordable price,” Kaminsky said. Subway’s basic pizza costs only $2.99; extra cheese and veggie toppings are free, and pepperoni and meatballs are available for a dollar each.

Visit your local Subway to try a delicious pizza. To locate the Subway restaurant nearest you, go to http://www.subway.com/.

About SUBWAY Restaurants

With more than 28,500 locations in 86 countries, the SUBWAY restaurant chain is the world’s largest submarine sandwich franchise. Headquartered in Milford, Connecticut, the SUBWAY restaurant chain was co-founded in 1965 by Fred DeLuca and Dr. Peter Buck. Their partnership continues today, making it possible for thousands of individuals to own, build and succeed in their own business. The SUBWAY brand is ranked as the number one global franchise opportunity in Entrepreneur magazine’s 2008 “Annual Franchise 500(R)” listing. For more information about the SUBWAY chain, visit www.subway.com.